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How the films you’ve seen influence your choice of dog
Thursday 18 September 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

How the films you’ve seen influence your choice of dog

In an extension of his narrative transportation research, Prof Tom van Laer talks to The Conversation about the effects of film on our spending habits - in this case, our choice of pet!

Robotics and youth unemployment in China
Thursday 18 September 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Robotics and youth unemployment in China

In an blog for CNBC, Professor Terence Tse looks at the issues of measuring youth unemployment and what this means for Chinese society.

Content is King for Retailers: Content and its role in Retail
Thursday 18 September 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Content is King for Retailers: Content and its role in Retail

"Gone are the days where retailers and marketers held the cards and called the shots," says Professor Tom Van Laer.

Christian Marti drives Aston Martin's sales
Thursday 18 September 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Christian Marti drives Aston Martin's sales

The Financial Times profiles one of our Master in Management alumni and discusses his high-flying career at this iconic British brand.

Masters in management options are growing fast
Thursday 18 September 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Masters in management options are growing fast

More and more people are looking for Masters in Management like the one we offer at ESCP Europe (ranked 1st in the UK). Our vice-dean for international development, Léon Laulusa, tells the FT why.

Do Americans really score more positively than Europeans?
Tuesday 16 September 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

Do Americans really score more positively than Europeans?

Professor Anne-Wil Harzing discusses cultural differences in customer feedback and whether Europeans really are tougher in this area than their cousins across the pond.

How tattoos went from cool to corporate
Monday 15 September 2014  (ESCP Europe in the Press)

How tattoos went from cool to corporate

Dr Ben Voyer muses on the normalisation of tattoos and their relevance to the business world in this article for the Washington Post.

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